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Bottle ID
Posted by: TerryETex
Date: January 17, 2016 06:06PM
I found this bottle metal detecting this afternoon. It was laying on top of the ground. I would like to know what type of medicine bottle it is. If there's that much difference between medicine bottles. It's 3.5" tall, 1.5" wide and .75" deep. It has the numbers 10,20 and CC on the right going from bottom to top. The left has the numbers 2,4,6 on the left. From the bottom to top. 3 i in the top middle back and 0 surrounded by a square on the bottom. it used a cork.

Been in the hobby since Jan. 2001 and still have a great interest in it with much more fun to come. I've owned Minelab's, White's, Garrett's, Troy Shadow's, and Bounty Hunter's. I'm currently using a Minelab X-TERRA 705. Oldest find is a lockplate from a flint lock rifle circa 1830-1840. Oldest coin 1875 Shield Nickle. The best find a Civil war era T. Miller cavalry button.

Re: Bottle ID
Posted by: ronaldj2
Date: August 11, 2016 07:22PM
Just an old prescription drug store bottle, most likely had a paper label. Probably early 1920 to 30's

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